Are you curious about the files and folders that are occupying a significant amount of space on your server? Fortunately, cPanel provides a convenient tool to review disk usage. This tutorial will guide you through the process of checking your disk usage in cPanel, enabling you to identify and eliminate unnecessary or outdated files, thus freeing up valuable disk space.

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Viewing Disk Usage

First, access your cPanel by logging in. Once logged in, locate the “Statistics” section on the right-hand side of the page and click on “Disk Usage.” This will take you to a page where you can view the sizes and disk usage of file locations on your server.

To check how much space the contents of each folder are taking up, simply scroll down the page. You can also click on the available buttons to sort the directories alphabetically by name or by the amount of disk usage they are occupying.

Congratulation, now you know how to view your disk usage in cPanel!



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